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Case
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Reference no. RP0301
Authors: John Burgoyne (Lancaster University Management School); Alan Mumford (Lancaster University Management School)
Published in: 2003
Length: 92 pages
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Abstract

The project compared and contrasted the learning process and outcomes in the use of the case method as proposed in the literature, as designed and experienced by case teachers, and as experienced by learners. The aim of the project was to infer which theoretical perspectives make most sense of the application of the case method, and to suggest how applications might be improved.

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Abstract

The project compared and contrasted the learning process and outcomes in the use of the case method as proposed in the literature, as designed and experienced by case teachers, and as experienced by learners. The aim of the project was to infer which theoretical perspectives make most sense of the application of the case method, and to suggest how applications might be improved.

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